Jacoby Jones sets Super Bowl record with 108-yard touchdown, does Ray Lewis dance after (Video)

Jacoby Jones had quite a start to the second half of Super Bowl XLVII.

The Baltimore Ravens receiver took the opening kickoff from eight yards deep in the end zone. The 108-yard touchdown that ensued was the longest in Super Bowl history and Jones celebrated by doing a squirrel dance (a.k.a. the "Ray Lewis Dance").

Not bad for an 11-second burst.

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Jones caught the deep kickoff as far back in the end zone as possible and decided to bring it out. He barely broke stride on his way up the middle, and by the time he saw San Francisco kicker David Akers nobody was going to catch him. The dance was just the dessert to the NFL record.

Baltimore led 28-6 after that return. Jones also scored on a long reception near the end of the first half, putting himself at the top of the Super Bowl MVP debate.

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